The votes do not in and of themselves change the law in Northern Ireland. Both issues are traditionally within the realm of the regional government there, but its governing coalition collapsed in 2017 , creating a power vacuum that remains unfilled. Members of Parliament in London argued that as long as the deadlock persisted, they had an obligation to step in. Lawmakers on Tuesday night voted 383 to 73 in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage, and 332 to 99 in favor of extending abortion rights. The government cautioned that putting the changes into law would be complicated, and the abortion measure did not explicitly state how it would expand abortion rights.
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MPs have voted resoundingly to extend same-sex marriage and access to abortion to Northern Ireland , bringing the region into line with the rest of the UK on the two significant social issues. The two historic votes , arriving within little more than a quarter of an hour of each other, were greeted ecstatically by equalities campaigners. With ministers promising to respect the results, they could have vital repercussions for people in Northern Ireland. The changes came via amendments to an otherwise technical government bill connected to budgets and elections for the devolved assembly.
The UK parliament has finally shown it will treat us as equal citizens with equal rights under the law. After years of having our rights denied, our 158-year-long abortion ban is to be scrapped and same-sex marriage is to be legalised. The Northern Ireland Bill has passed through its final stage, making it law by October this year unless a devolved Assembly is restored before that date.